2024 IEEE PES 16th Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference

About the Conference

2024 IEEE PES 16th Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC 2024) will be held on 25th–27th October 2024 in Nanjing, China, organized by Hohai University, and co-sponsored by State Grid Jiangsu Electrical Power Co., LTD and IEEE PES Nanjing Chapter. The conference aims to create a knowledge-sharing platform for researchers and industry professionals to present and discuss contemporary and emerging technologies. The conference will be conducted on-site with face-to-face (F2F) oral and poster presentations.

The conference will set the Best Paper Award. The conference papers will be published by the IEEE Xplore website and indexed by EI, and high-quality papers will be recommended to Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy (MPCE), CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems (CSEE JPES), and others.

Important Dates

Submission Date: April 1, 2024

Deadline: August 31,2024

Early-Bird Registration Deadline:

Conference Dates : October 25-27, 2024

Topics Associated with APPEEC

  1. Planning, Operation, Control and Modelling of Power and Energy Systems
  2. System Security, Reliability, and Quality of Power and Energy
  3. Active Distribution Networks and DC Distribution Networks
  4. Renewable Generation, Distributed Energy Resources and Multi-energy Systems
  5. Emerging Technologies and End-user Systems
  6. Microgrids, Standalone Power Systems and Virtual Power Plants
  7. Grid Resiliency, Security, Reliability, Stability and Protection
  8. Policy, Electricity Market, Innovative Business Mechanism, Policy/Regulatory Aspects
  9. Energy Forecasting, Peer-to-peer Energy Trading and Transactive Energy Management
  10. Smart Homes, Buildings, Communities and Cities
  11. Demand Response and Demand Side Management
  12. Electric Vehicle Prospects and Network Interaction
  13. Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Machine Learning and Blockchain Applications in Power and Energy Systems
  14. IOT, ICT, CPS and Cyber Security for Power and Energy Systems
  15. Smart Condition Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis Techniques
  16. Blue and Green Hydrogen, Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Applications
  17. Energy Storage Technologies and Applications
  18. Electromagnetic Compatibility
  19. High Voltage Technology, HVDC Transmission and FACTs
  20. Non-destructive Insulation Test Techniques
  21. Electrical Machines and Motor Drives
  22. Power System Protection and Monitoring
  23. Power and Energy Engineering Education
  24. Key Equipment and Demonstration of Future Energy Systems


International Advisory Committee

International Advisory Committee

    • Bikash Pal
      Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    • Boming Zhang
      Tsinghua University, China
    • Claudio Adrián Cañizares
      University of Waterloo, Canada
    • Dean Sharafi
      Australian Energy Market Operator, Australia
    • Gurunath Gurrala
      Indian Institute of Science, India
    • Lalit Goel
      Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    • Luis (Nando) Ochoa
      University of Melbourne, Australia
    • Mazana Armstrong
      Powertech Labs Inc., Canada
    • Neabboon Hoonchareon
      Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
    • Nipon Ketjoy
      Naresuan University, Thailand
    • Nirmal Nair
      University of Auckland, New Zealand
    • SM Muyeen
      Qatar University, Qatar
    • Suttichai Premrudeepreechacharn
      Chiang Mai University, Thailand
    • Syed Islam
      Federation University, Australia
    • Thaiyal Naayagi
      Ramasamy Newcastle University in Singapore, Singapore
    • Weerakorn Ongsakul
      Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
    • Wei-Jen Lee
      University of Texas at Arlington, USA
    • Yuttana Kumsuwan
      Chiang Mai University, Thailand
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